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Styrofoam Crafts for Kids

You'll treasure these made-by-kids plastic foam crafts not only because they're adorable but because of the quality time you spent making them together.
Sock Caterpillar Sock Caterpillar

Help your children create this colorful caterpillar by filling a long sock with plastic foam balls.

Make It: Insert six 3-inch plastic foam balls into a long colorful sock, leaving a bit of room between each ball so the caterpillar can wiggle easily. Trim off excess sock, leaving only 2 inches. Use a pencil to poke a hole in the last ball and insert a generous amount of glue. Using the same pencil, poke the extra length of sock directly into the hole to seal up the caterpillar.

Glue googly eyes to the face and adhere rosy cheeks and a smile from pink felt. Make tiny holes in the top of the head, add glue, and poke trimmed chenille stems inside to create the antennae. Glue on chenille stem legs last; add foam dots to the body and a bow to the top of the head to embellish.